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Glamour logo'Free' 11 Nails Inc polish with 2 mag Full-size freebie on the cover. Out Mon 3 Nov

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Buy the December edition of Glamour magazine (£2, out Mon 3 Nov with Claire Danes on the cover) before Wed 3 Dec and on the front you'll find a full-size 10ml bottle of Nails Inc nail polish.These polishes are usually about £11 if bought separately.

There are four autumnal shades to choose from: Tate (red), Marylebone Mews (lilac grey), Hanover Square (dark purple) and Wigmore Street (dark blue).

MSE Lisette says:

These products would normally cost much more than the magazine, so if you want one of these nail polishes it's worth buying the magazine, even if you don’t want to read it.

Note for Glamour subscribers: We noticed on our forum that people with magazine subscriptions don't always receive the monthly freebies. We asked Glamour about this and it said you can pick up your freebie by visiting your nearest Nails Inc nail bar. You will need to show proof of subscription either printed or on your phone, along with a copy of the magazine. Do call ahead first ahead to avoid disappointment.

Nails Inc logoNails Inc 5 polish sale3.95 p&p applies

100+ shades

Get £5-£6 polishes online at Nails Inc, while stocks last. Polishes originally cost £11-£13, so this is a good saving. The sale's on while stocks last, and delivery's £3.95.

Shades we've found include Gatwick matte (was £12), Belgravia Place fibre optic polish (was £12) and Mornington Crescent (was £11) all reduced to £5.

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About Nails Inc

As you'd expect from its name, Nails Inc sells all things nails and feet! It has concessions nationwide in stores such as Debenhams, House of Fraser, Harvey Nichols, Fenwick and more, as well as an online shop where it sells its own brand products.

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